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is coming up on the record. greta you can moderate this. >> greta: i don't think i can it sounds too fiery for me tonight two senators mccain and lincoln. we asked senator lincoln whether they wants the president to campaign for her or not. the value added tax. there's a little bit of who is on first. wait until you hear the president, the vice president and secretary of treasury and his spokesperson say about the value added tax. you will wonder who is on first on this one. >> sean: what's on second, i don't know third base.oe?s great is next after we continue in 20 short minutes from now more of our great, from now more of our great, great american panel, strararara [ wheezing ] i have asthma. and that's what it sounded like when my symptoms came back. i'd get this tightness in my chest. like i was breathing through a straw. so i went back to mdoctor again. we talked about choices in controller medicines. we chose symbicort to help control my asthma. [ ] while it's not a rescue inhaler, symbicort improves my lung function, starting within 15 minutes. it helps give me the control to... [
to the streets of d.c. for "on the record" with. >> greta: to find out -- with greta van susteren to find out if americans will be willing to donate. >> if you look at the unofficial scorecard, america's debt is at an all-time record breaking $12 trillion and keeps rising and rising and rising. the president and congressional leaders vowed to address the problem and perhaps we will see something in the way of government spending cuts or increased taxes. while you are complaining about it, did you know that you could be doing something about it by donation tosonal dough uncle sam. it is known as gifts to reduce the public debt and you can mail in a check or go online and do it with your credit card and under the provisions of 31 u.s. code 3113 your contribution will be accepted here by the secretary of the treasury as a specific conditional gift for the purpose of reducing the public debt. and americans last year alone gave over $3 million. now, the program is run by a small department known as the department of public debt here inside the treasury. while no one was available to talk to us on
to campaign for that seat. >> think about it. look. on greta you had blanche lincon, combret gr she asked whu think of the president co coming to campaign for you? she edged. the only one wants him is gulianis whose family is in a banging deboggle and they need him to win a seat against her who is probably a better candidate and will probably win but they don't want him. >> they only reach out to make a punch if it's political sense for obama. you have bill ayers and mr. wright, as you have spoken about in this program. he is no dang stranger to do th. >> sean: i think it's deeper than that. obama is admitting he doesn't have the political juice he once had. he is admitting he's a political liability. i think barack obama is afraid that when the election results come out in november he will get blamed. >> would you go? >> would i go? >> this is someone in trouble. >> would you go? >> the presidents are busy. he doesn't have to go anywhere. >> dick durbin is begging him to help in out the campaign. >> it's not his job. >> a good point because kirk is better for the job anyway because he doesn'
in a somewhat fiery exchange, with greta van susteren on the record. >> i think a lot of people were disturbed about the fact on the eve of the e vote, that two senators meet and president obama promised transparency and all of a sudden, senator ben nelson walk out and suddenly says i'm going to vote on this, and, it wasn't your promise on transparency, it was the president's and i got a special deal for my state and all the other states are standing around, saying, what about us. >> do you think it would have been better i let the bill fail? >> that... i mean, i don't -- >> you are speechless. >> speechless, i don't think -- this is the way it appeared to the american people, is that this senator, senator ben nelson, was for sale. that is the way it looked like and it was a sale, the price of all the other american taxpayers are paying for and many people even in nebraska didn't understand, why he got this. >> greta, lete say this. i kw fox loves to be rate anything that is democratic in nature. but, let me say this: ben nelson is an honorable man, i -- really a good senator and represents hi
states ambassador to the united nations, john bolton, was on our air, just last night an greta vavtustern's show and made the claim relating to the missile defense shield in europe and are not -- and our not pursuing that. here's what he said and i'll give you the chance to respond. >> i think the main point is that the obama administration's decision last year to cancel the missile defense site in poland and the czech republic has set back very dramatically the time in which the u.s. would be able to defend itself against an iranian ballistic missile capability. not an issue whether we need that defense today or whether the iranians are capable of launching today. it's the trajectories down the road of what their missile program is doing and what our missile defense capabilities are and under this projection today, even if you take 2015 as the operable date they will have a missile capability and we will not have a missile defense capability in response. megyn: that sounds scary. >> well, with all due respect to ambassador bolton on this count he's flat out wrong. it's going to be a deba
and coming to a country or countrywide near you? >> that's funny. >> anyway, last night on the greta van sustren show, karl rove was on and he's been looking at the 1400 pages in this bill. in washington they don't read the bills. karl did. >> we have to pass them first. >> there's scary stuff in there that would worry all of you if it does pass. watch this. >> you may not know about this. it creates a new office and gives it a half a billion dollars a year and a huge startup for computer systems in order to monitor every financial transaction in the united states. and to use that data to arrive at policy recommendations about sensible regulation. so they're literally going to have the capacity to go through everybody's brokerage account and everybody's checking account and everybody's credit card and everybody's financial transactions and collect -- sweep that information and then analyze it. >> another major point of concern is this angel investor clause. angel investors essentially allow things like yahoo, amazon, google and facebook come from very little collateral, startups, able t
with greta van susteren last night and talked about why she is taking this to end. >> i'm living the life experience right now and i think it's still a huge number of girls getting pregnant each year and i think more people need to talk about it and it should be more of a national discussion. >> steve: she's helping make it just that. public service announcement will air through high schools through the next month. >> gretchen: check out this video, the driver of the car you see right here, under that utility pole. the driver still in the car with that pole and the driver is alive. he walks away without a scratch. the roof of his car peeled back as the pole crashes through his passenger side windshield. he had no idea what was going on, as you can imagine if that happened to you. >> steve: what was that noise? >> brian: let's talk about tiger woods because you know he'll be playing today, tee off in a foursome and we'll see what happens on saturday. something else is coming to a television near you. that is a nike ad where tiger basically gets words from his dad from the grave about what
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